section 28

Gay men and women were made out to be threats to society. Trans people like me are facing the same prejudices today.
Introduced 30 years ago and formally abolished 15 years ago, the spirit of that law still lives on in many schools that are reticent to tackle the use of ‘gay’ as a derogatory term
As we mark the 30th anniversary of Section 28 coming into force we need to reflect on its impact, celebrate the progress we’ve made, but also think about how far we still have to go
30 years ago this summer, the government’s ban on homosexuality in schools was about to fail a whole generation of young people
As you contemplate that St. Valentine's celebration this month, make sure you take it in a country where your rights are recognised and protected - including your family and spousal rights. Because what happens to other citizens in their countries will happen to you as soon as you land there. If you wouldn't want it to happen to you, don't let it happen to someone else.
Gay marriage supporters are "equality Nazis" who helped push through something that only matters to "some queen who wants
I write this in the last week of the six week summer holiday, teetering on the brink of a brand new school year brimming with all its hope and possibility. 2014-2015 academic year, for my school - Dame Elizabeth Cadbury in Bournville, Birmingham - is a very exciting one.
I'm tired of students and young people as a collective being constantly ignored or patronised by the state... people forget that if you constantly damage the spirit of a generation and illegitimatise our opinions, it will demolish the hope and drive of those who not only have the potential to make huge positive impact in the UK, but worldwide.
Etiquette and modern manners expert Debbie Fiddlesticks was brought in by the Uruguayan President last week to try and persuade a discerning global community that biting is perfectly normal behaviour.